Frequently asked questions
Who can participate in Mason SAY Soccer?
Any boy or girl that lives in the Mason SAY School District or attends a school within the Mason School District and meets the age requirements of SAY
What if I am having problems completing registration online?
What if I have questions relating to the program?
While TeamSnap or Sports Connect will handle questions related to completing the online registration, program-specific questions should be directed to Mason SAY Soccer
What if I register late? What happens next?
If you register late a couple things could happen:
Do you provide refunds if a player chooses to drop out or cannot play?
There will be no refund of the registration fee except for the following cases:
Can my child play in an older age group?
Why do you need a copy of my child's birth certificate? What happens once you receive it?
When are practices and games?
1 hour practices are held Monday through Friday starting at 5:30pm or 6:30pm (times change for 5 & 6pm during daylight savings time). All age groups practice twice a week except for Instructional which practices once a week. There are 8 games in a season and they are played on Saturdays. Only exception is that some instructional coaches can choose to play on Friday evenings.
Where are games played?
Can I choose the night(s) that my son/daughter practices?
The head coach of the team chooses which day and time that a team practices. Players are not allowed to change teams to accommodate personal schedules.
What is the cost?
$90.00 for all ages
When is the registration period?
See the calendar on our home page for registration dates
What if I don't have a credit card?
Please contact Mason SAY
What is the Mini-Kickers program?
MiniKickers is an exciting program that teaches basic soccer skills while developing strength, balance, coordination, listening skills and teamwork for children aged 3-4. The curriculum has been developed by soccer experts, child development professionals and experienced coaches, ensuring a positive soccer experience for your child! Although Scrimmage games may be included within the practice, it may not be included on a weekly basis. The goal of MiniKickers is to ensure a positive and enjoyable first step in your child's soccer career.
Mini-Kicker Program Information
Sessions are 1 hour long
How much do I get paid?
Where can I find information about the referee class?
When are games played?
Can I referee if I also play Mason SAY soccer in the same season?
Can I referee with my friends?
Do you need any adult referees?
If I took a Select/Club referee class can I referee Mason SAY games?
What do I need to purchase to be a referee?
How many games would I be able to referee on a Saturday?
Would I have had to play soccer in order to be a referee?
Can I referee younger age divisions even if I am old enough to referee older divisions?
Do I have to provide my own transportation to and from the games?
How much does the class cost?
Can I still ref if I can't attend Mason SAY's class?
If you cannot attend the Mason SAY referee training, there are 2 options for you to become qualified to referee at Mason SAY Soccer.